Small Group Bible Studies

DNA

The Bible and a few good friends can change a lot.

DNAs are the primary place we grow at Reach.

DNAs are 3-5 people of the same gender who meet regularly to read the Bible, pray, and point each other to Jesus. Because it’s so challenging to be honest in a big group setting, DNAs are the main thing our church does to grow towards Jesus and care for each other.

Here’s our best practices to keep it simple and have a great experience:

  • Be Real – Catch up, tell stories, laugh together. Remember that Jesus slowed down to have relationship with trusted friends.
  • Grow Together – Dig into scripture, point each other to Jesus, be encouraging, bear each other’s burdens. Jesus spoke the truth and loved.
  • Take Next Steps – Pray, make plan for accountability and growth, follow Jesus in real time.

How to get started:

1. Find your people

Making friends at Reach happens by getting on serving teams, hosting and attending Meet-ups, or joining a Group.

2. Ask some friends.

The ball’s in your court. Invite some folks to join your DNA. It always feels good to be invited!

3. Make a plan.

Pick a regular time and place that will be convenient for your DNA. Get set up with the weekly guides we publish online.

Questions? Email Josh Siegel, our pastor for community.

Dna Guides

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